Mainland consumers buy clothes mainly for practical needs and change of seasons and the key factor affecting their purchase decision is quality. In general, they are most influenced by local fashion trends on the mainland.
Riding on the existing Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) Economic Cooperation mechanism and the establishment of ASEAN Economic Community, the China-IndoChina Peninsula Economic Corridor proposed under the Belt and Road Initiative is expected to deepen China-ASEAN regional integration by pushing forward infrastructure connectivity, industrial co-operation, cross-border trade as well as e-commerce development.
Hong Kong Services for Mainland’s Outbound Investment (7): Effective Tax Planning a Prerequisite for “Going Out”
Chinese enterprises engaging in outbound investment need professional services support, notably tax planning. This will help them achieve efficient use of investment capital, as well as long-term, sustainable development goals for their investments. With China’s Belt and Road Initiative set to facilitate this “going out” activity, this will further stimulate professional services demand and provide tremendous opportunities for Hong Kong players.
Wuxi's GDP reached Rmb820.5 billion in 2014, representing a year-on-year growth of 8.2%. Primary industries accounted for merely 1.9% of the city’s GDP, secondary industries accounted for 51.0%, while tertiary industries accounted for 47.1%, with contribution by the manufacturing industry exceeding 50%.
For the young, they are stylish and fun, while for the more elderly they allow supported self-transport opportunities – in both sectors of the market, mobile devices, including scooters, unicycles and wheelchairs, are proving hugely popular.